On May 5, 2000, Nycole Turmel became the first woman in PSAC’s history to be elected National President.
May 12, 2014
May 12, 2014
On July 21, 1985, Daryl Bean was elected PSAC National President, the first of five terms in the position. He retired in 2000.
May 2, 2014
Pierre Samson was elected PSAC National President on April 23, 1982. Just eight months earlier in August 1981, he had been elected National President of the Canada Employment and Immigration Union (CEIU).
May 2, 2014
Andy Stewart became the PSAC’s National President at its Fourth Triennial Convention in 1976. He had served as the National President of the Agriculture Component from 1967 until his election as PSAC Third Executive Vice-President in 1970.
May 1, 2014
Claude Edwards was elected the first National President of the Public Service Alliance of Canada in 1966 at the union’s founding convention.
April 7, 2014
The Standing Committee serves as a liaison between the PSAC Health and Safety Program and the National Board of Directors. The members of the Standing Committee provide political direction on the health and safety program.
October 24, 2013
The National Board of Directors (NBoD) of the PSAC has established criteria to govern the granting of PSAC long-term service pins and certificates. The awards seek to recognize long-term officers of the union at any level who have continuously served the membership. Criteria:
September 22, 2013
Help with navigating federal governent disability insurance plans: the claims process, medical evaluation, confidentiality, duty to accommodate.
September 19, 2013
The National Board of Directors has established criteria to govern the granting of PSAC long term service pins and a certificates. The awards seek to recognize long-term officers of the union at any level who have continuously served the membership. The criteria are: The pin and certificate will only be awarded to a person who was an active union officer in the 18-month period immediately preceding the June 30th deadline.
September 16, 2013
Our online program offers union training at your own pace and time. These introductory courses provide a solid overview on a range of topics. Explore the union’s basic roles and responsibilities including the services it provides all members. There are courses to explain PSAC’s structure and how to get involved. There are courses about the history of the union movement to provide background and context for our ongoing struggles. We hope they inspire and motivate you to engage with your union.